Index:1-Step By Step2-Help Layers3-Be Organized!4-Go, Go, Go5-Once You Zoom In, You Can Never Go Back6-Equality7-Take A Look At The Big Picture8-Modification vs Correction9-Different Layers for Different Parts10-Where to Stop?11-Keyboard Shortcuts (Photoshop Assistant)12-Neutral GrayvsTransparent Layer13-Alternative Techniques14-Different Applications15-Creating The ArtIn this blog, which will be more than long, I will try to explain... continue reading
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A simple way to make a white background is using the dodge tool. First duplicate the image, than we select Layer - New Adjustment Layer - Curves. Than we drag the lower left graph from the lower right corner to the corner. We select the duplicate image and after select the dodge tool - range - highlight and exposure about 10 - 20 and we begin to erase the edges. You can also work with the midtones and shadows. Hope this will work for you :)Here is an example : continue reading
I want to share an easy non - destructive way of dodging and burning with you which I recently learned.Open a n image in Photoshop and make a copy of your background layer with Ctrl + j.Open another new blank layer,choose "Soft Light" from the menu while creating the layer and click the box below. ( % 50 grey thing ! )You will get another new blank grey layer.Press D and change the color mode to default.Now lower the Opacity and Flow to about % 50 or less.And choose a soft... continue reading
Hello everyone!I've been a contributor here for a long while but I've never posted on the forums. But now is different. I decided to start a blog last month focused on helping fellow photographers. And I thought that it would be nice to share my knowledge with my fellow DTimers!I just posted a video tutorial on non destructive dodging and burning. I hope you enjoy it!By the way, I invite you to click here and sign up for my RSS email feed. That way you won't miss a single post! :)... continue reading
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